Saudi Royal Court Advisor, General Supervisor of King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works, Abdullah Al Rabia'ah, arrived this Monday at Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport, commencing a three-day official visit to Lebanon.
The Saudi senior official was greeted at the Airport's VIP lounge by Saudi Ambassador to Lebanon, Waleed Bukhari, and Sheikh Mohammed Ali Tarshishi Al Ameli.
Speaking upon arrival at the Airport, Al Rabia'ah deemed Saudi-Lebanese relations as solid, saying he is pleased to be visiting Lebanon.
Al Rabia'ah said he is currently visiting Lebanon to implement a series of relief and humanitarian projects, meet with Lebanese officials, and build bridges of cooperation between the King Salman Center for Relief and Humanitarian Works and Lebanese governmental and non-governmental organizations.
"We look forward to meet officials and representatives of the organizations to build strong bridges of cooperation for the benefit of the refugees and the underprivileged in various areas of Lebanon," Al Eabia'ah maintained.
In reply to a question, Al Rabia'ah said he is pleased to meet any of the Lebanese officials, should their itinerary permit.
He also disclosed that he shall be inaugurating during his visit a number of projects that serve the refugees and the underprivileged.
It is to note that the Saudi senior official will commence his visit to Lebanon by meeting Grand Mufti of the Republic Sheikh Abdel Latif Derian, Prime Minister Saad Hariri, and heads of religious communities in Lebanon.
Al Rabia'ah will also pay a field visit to the Bekaa tomorrow [Tuesday] and will inaugurate a series of humanitarian projects.
Source: National News Agency